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Can charge any 12V battery with 5m cable alligator clip
Combined by 2pcs individual high-efficient monocrystalline silicon solar panels;
Stainless steel telescopic legs ( can freely rotate 180 degrees)
High-strength low-iron toughened glass
Anodized aluminum frame
Light weight, easy to carry outside
With a charge controller with LED charge status display and electronic circuit protection
Long life time: >=25 years, small attenuation (Resistance to humidity and salt fog corrosion)
Stability and high efficiency photoelectric conversion, the average conversion rate is 17%
± 3% performance tolerance
Accessories: Controller(10A), cable (5m), alligator clip, supporting leg, carry bag, junction box, corner protection, lock and handle
Packaging: Nonwoven or canvas bag with outer carton, bulk order with pallet
Suitable for home/caravans/camper (powering lap-top, phones, lights, TV, radios, small pumps and other small household electrical appliances)
When you go camping/hiking:
For laptop! No problem.
For iphone/ smart phones! No problem.
For PSP, for other players! No problem.
One portable solar panel charger solves all your charging problems!
In the case of no load, do not connect the positive and negative.
We have patents for the essential parts of the products----controller and inverter
All our products are approved by CE and ISO9001
We can do OEM and ODM, and we have our own talented R&D teams
All our products are easy to be used and convenient in maintanence
Strong technical team is ready to work for you.
12v/18v 120W Folding Solar Panel A) collapsible
B) waterproof and easy to carry
C)Suitable for outdoor travel, camping
Fast delivery+high quality: Folding solar panel full waterproof---suitable for camping, trekker, 4WD, boating etc!
Foldable solar panel 120W folding solar panel for charge DC 12V solar system & 12V battery
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- Q:Questions about solar panels?
- I can begin to point you in the right direction. It is a very complicated thing you are asking about. Solar panels produce direct current, in order to store that power for use at night, and on cloudy days, you need a lot of batteries. Those batteries store direct current. In order to use that direct current to power your refrigerator, you need to put it through a thing called an inverter. The inverter produces AC from DC. You may have seen one for sale to plug into the lighter in a car so you can use things that require AC in your car. The inverter looses power doing the conversion. Over time, you can purchase direct current appliances, and make the system more efficient. Years ago, a decision was made to go with AC because of transmission issues (you can move AC across a wire a long distance, and DC is more difficult to move). Many appliances convert AC to DC internally to do their work, but such appliances are expensive. Have I answered your question? Not really. You should understand your question better though.
- Q:solar panels vs (organic) plants?
- Depends on the planet and solar panel. Generally, solar panels are more efficient according to these figures I bumped into. Photosynthetic efficiencies range from 0.% - 8%!
- Q:solar panel??????????????
- Solar electricity for single appliances high power is not easily available. By the time you fit the solar panel and all the technology to convert the power into the correct voltage and current, you may as well fit one which will provide for all electricity needs. I have a solar panel charger which can be used to provide power for direct current operated devices and they are a useful backup if your phone or iPod runs out of battery power whilst on the move. The UK energy saving trust has some great advice on how to reduce fuel costs and going green generally, but their major message is conserving energy, using less, is the best thing that you can do for the planet.
- Q:Solar panels...??? HELP!?
- All depends on how many watts you have. I ran a small boom box off a 5w panel before with no problem. The higher the wattage, the more you can run.
- Q:Increasing Solar Panel Efficiency?
- Solar okorder.com/... to find local solar panel info and viability by city/state.
- Q:45 Watt Solar Panel -?
- Lets say, for a simple approximation, that the 45 watt panel produces 45 watts /3 of the time and nothing the rest of the time. Each day, this will produce 8 hours times 45 watts = 360 watt hours. Also assume the battery charge controller and inverter waste half of that power, leaving 80 watt hours per day. If you use compact fluorescent lamps, that would allow you to burn 80 watts worth for an hour every day, or 90 watts for 2 hours, etc. That is a lot of light for a shed. You might consider using much less efficient tungsten filament lamps, but eliminate the inverter and choose low voltage (automotive) lamps that can run directly across the battery and lower the total cost, but give you only about half the light times time. The main advantage of the inverter might be that it would allow you to use small power tools or appliances in the shed. -- Regards, John Popelish
- Q:How do you charge a battery with a solar panel?
- Homemade okorder.com/
- Q:What to do with a solar panel?
- Hey AJ, Tom is quite right, a panel that size is a great trickle charger at .2 amps. If you have a good sized 2 volt battery, like from a truck, or for a boat trolling motor (it should be at least 60 amp hours) you can hook it to the battery and it will charge it slowly anytime the sun shines. Don't worry about the voltage, most 2 volt nominal volt panels are wired for 8 - 9 volts, and if you hook them to a battery, the panel voltage comes right down to the batteries charging curve voltage anyway, they are designed for that. What you do need is a diode. A diode is an electrical check valve, allowing current to flow in one direction, but not the other. This will prevent the battery from discharging through the panel at night. Many panels today come with diodes inside the junction box on the back of the panel. If yours does not have any, go to Radio Shack, look for a 6 amp silicone diode, usually around75 cents. Put it in series between the panel and the battery, then, while you have a voltmeter hooked to the battery, connect the panel/diode to the battery and see if the voltage goes up slightly. If it does, you're all set. If not, turn the diode around and try it again. It has to be connected into the circuit the correct direction. Many people will state that you need a charge controller, but this is not necessary if your panels max current, ISC is less than 2% of your batterys amp hour capacity. In your case, if you have a 60 AH or larger battery, skip the controller. There is a great discussion about this in Richard Perez's book, I will list it below. If you want to learn more about these devices, there is a great magazine that gets into the nuts and bolts of renewable energy, it's called Home Power Magazine, the link is below. We started by hooking a slightly larger panel to some golf cart batteries 2 years ago, reading that magazine and going to some energy fairs. Today our home is completely powered by the wind and sun. Check it out sometime. Take care, Rudydoo
- Q:How many LED's can power a solar panel?
- Your question has a lot of science involved that I don't understand perhaps the link posted in my source for this answer could help you out? It a site containing only info on LED Lights. Good Luck
- Q:i have three 30 watt solar panel and 6 battery cells of 2 volts 550AH. but my batteries are never fully charg?
- Wow I think that your battery are too big or in othercase your solar system panels are too small. But making some calcs if you connect your panels in parallel you will have 30 Amps of Recharge for your batteries. Assuming that your batteries are discharged to .75 V/C you will need at least (. x Ah removed)/Recharge Amps = (. x 550Ah)/30A, that means that you will need 20 Hours to recharge your batteries Literally this is imposible to have fully charged your batteries for a proper application you will need 65 Amps from your panels to recharge your batts in 4 hours or de-rate your batteries to 00 Ah
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